Patience is always key to whatever we are doing. If we do not have patience, we won’t be able to get far in life. Always remember that Allah will never test you with something that you can’t handle. Allah is always just in all that he does!
Imam Suhaib Webb gives a khutbah reminding us that the dunya and Shaytan are trying to take us away from remembering Allah with distractions but we must have patience and persevere the tests and trials we face.
As part of Domestic violence awareness week 2012, Sister Yasmin Mogahed delivered a powerful, awakening and influential seminar regarding the misunderstanding of sabr and the misconception that sabr equates to suffering in silence.
A sign of Allah’s love for someone, is that He puts them through trials & tribulations in this world. What is the wisdom behind these trials and how should a Believer respond when he goes through difficulty and hardship? Shaykh Yasir Qadhi dedicates his Khutbah to a short tafseer of Surah ash-Sharh at one of the first Masjid ever build in North America! Recorded 16th November 2012 in Edmonton, Canada
Sometimes we find ourselves facing a very grave situation where we are having trouble coping with it. What should be our response to this trial in our life? How do we act? Shaykh Yassir Fazaga explains the answers to these questions.
This Khutbah was recorded on September 15, 2017 in the Bayyinah Musallah in Euless, TX
In Surah Yusuf, Allah shows His profound sensitivity to human suffering through the story of Prophet Ya’qub (PBUH), the symbol of patience in the Quran. When Ya’qub (PBUH) learns that his youngest son Binyamin was arrested in Egypt, he cries so much he loses his eyesight, as the news triggers the deep pain he was still feeling over the loss of Prophet Yusuf (PBUH) years ago. But his grief was not a sign of impatience or despair. On the contrary, it was an expression of his humanity and his absolute faith that Allah will see him through this calamity and bring back his children.
Imam Zaid Shakir delivers a Friday Khutbah about how we can patiently preserve through our challenges in the days ahead. This sermon was given on Friday, January 13, 2017 at the Muslim Community Center (MCC) – East Bay in Pleasanton, California.